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Old 02-03-2009, 09:33 AM
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"tiledefsServerName.txt not found"

For some reason, the client is not finding and able to access the tiledefsServerName.txt files. Every server I log into, I get an F2 log similar to this:

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File download: tiledefsera.txt not found
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File download: tiledefsunholy%032nation.txt not found
or
File download: tiledefszodiac.txt not found
...
etc
It's mostly affecting levels that are using addtiledef2(); where it cannot display the added tiles. (EG, the tops of the walls in Era's new hotel, see attachment)

Any clues why this is?

I am running Windows Vista Home Premium SP1, the Graal folder is located in my Users\Username\Saved Games\ folder (though moving it didn't help, but I found that having it in the Program Files folder made it so you couldn't 'write' exe's such as the level editor and other files)
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As far as I know, this happens when using removetiledefs() and there is no tiledef file for the current server. Not completely sure though.
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use removetiledefs(""); as the function requires a parameter.
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For some reason, the client is not finding and able to access the tiledefsServerName.txt files. Every server I log into, I get an F2 log similar to this:



It's mostly affecting levels that are using addtiledef2(); where it cannot display the added tiles. (EG, the tops of the walls in Era's new hotel, see attachment)

Any clues why this is?

I am running Windows Vista Home Premium SP1, the Graal folder is located in my Users\Username\Saved Games\ folder (though moving it didn't help, but I found that having it in the Program Files folder made it so you couldn't 'write' exe's such as the level editor and other files)
this happens to me too x.x
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Old 02-10-2009, 05:45 AM
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-clears throat- Soooo, this is still happening, and nothing I've tried has worked.
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